November 2015 | Philip Chacko

Keeping the faith

The commissioning of the Kalinganagar plant, the largest single-location greenfield project in India, will mark the completion of an odyssey for Tata Steel

It has taken patience and perseverance, and tonnes of effort for the Kalinganagar facility to reach where it has: on the cusp of commissioning, with a projected initial capacity of 3 million tonnes of steel a year and the potential to power Tata Steel’s growth in India over the coming decades.

The collection of articles featured here tell the riveting story of the behind-the-scenes action to get the Kalinganagar project up and running.

A shrine to steel

The story of how Tata Steel overcame a multitude of challenges to establish its Kalinganagar plant

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'Kalinganagar has the potential to be bigger than Jamshedpur'

Setting up the Kalinganagar plant has had its ups and downs, but the results are going to be well worth the effort, says TV Narendran, managing director, Tata Steel India and South East Asia

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It pays to be generous

Tata Steel has gone far beyond resettlement and rehabilitation to provide a better quality of life to those displaced by the Kalinganagar project, and it has done so gladly

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The making of steel and more

Glimpses of what Tata Steel has created in Kalinganagar – through its tenacity, its capabilities and its commitment to the cause of the community

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